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Stephen Colbert Addresses Scott Lively on “The Late Show”

Stephen Colbert, shockingly, is not particularly impressed by Scott Lively. The Republican gubernatorial challenger, known for his extremist anti-LGBT views and book pedaling the theory […]

Travel

Here’s What It’s Like to Go Glamping in Maine

Glamping is a divisive term. To those who relish the outdoors and all the dirt and bugs that come with it, it seems decidedly frivolous. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Stormy Daniels Is Coming to Springfield

Stormy Daniels, the porn actress who gained notoriety for the scandal surrounding her claim that she had sex with Donald Trump, will perform at a Springfield strip club […]

Arts & Entertainment

Crazy Cool Fog Sculptures Are Coming to the Emerald Necklace

Sculptures made of fog are rolling into the Emerald Necklace this summer. On August 11, Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya will debut several immersive sculptures in Boston’s ribbon of […]

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Life & Style

The Plaza Hotel’s Etiquette Expert Is Coming to Boston

After a 30-minute conversation with etiquette expert Myka Meier, I’m convinced I’ve lived my entire life badly. With my tweet-addled brain and inability to distinguish […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Gisele Bundchen Reveals Her Vice and How Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady Proposed

While us gluttons scarf down doughnuts and descend into hour eight of a Netflix binge, human ray of sunshine Gisele Bundchen tidies up. The supermodel […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

MUSIC West Side Story Leonard Bernstein’s legendary score comes to life at the Pops for one weekend before shipping out to Tanglewood for the summer. […]

Roman, Severan, Farnese Sarcophagus with Revelers Gathering Grapes: Front, about 225 AD. Marble, 163.2 x 62.23 x 26.67 cm. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston (S12e3)
Arts & Entertainment

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Exhibition Explores Origins of Farnese Sarcophagus

The origins of the Farnese Sarcophagus may date back to 225 C.E., but the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s latest exhibition provides a distinctly modern take […]

Arts & Entertainment

Take the T to These Five Local Swimming Holes

It’s hot. It’s humid. And sitting in hours of traffic to go to a crowded Cape beach is only going to make it worse. Luckily, […]

Chef Douglass Williams and his sons, Raffa and Lev, eat a super-sized bowl of pasta at Mida
Restaurants

Mida Chef Douglass Williams Competes on Iron Chef America

A parent’s first Father’s Day is always likely to be memorable, but for Douglass Williams, it will be especially so. The chef and owner of […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the 2018 Boston Pride Parade and Festival

Hundreds of rainbow-clad marchers assembled in Copley Square Saturday morning, hoisting banners and waving brightly colored flags as they prepared for the 48th annual Boston Pride […]

Lin-Manuel Miranda
Arts & Entertainment

How to Score Hamilton Tickets in Boston

Hamilton tickets, the white whale of musical theater, are not always easy to come by. The wildly popular show has a history of selling out […]

Travel

Boston Traveler: Newport, Rhode Island

Take a step back in time with sunset sails, champagne, and maybe even a polo match.

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Wellness

Vail Resorts Buys Okemo and Mount Sunapee Ski Resorts

Summer is finally (mostly) at our beck and call, so it feels nearly impossible to start thinking about winter again, but here we are. Ski bums know […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

OUTDOOR Glow in the Park The Rose Kennedy Greenway hosts the fourth annual Glow in the Park Friday, complete with live music, cornhole, and Sam […]